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Who is this guy? - Lyctocoris

Who is this guy? - Lyctocoris
Escondido, San Diego County, California, USA
April 7, 2014
Only shot before it got knocked off of the leaf

thanks, Stephen

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This is genus Lyctocoris, see: http://bugguide.net/node/view/260285/bgpage

it's a bold and arrogant move based on rather shaky evidence
very little can be found about its origin etc, and this macropterous form is probably rather uncommon; i'll keep digging, and you keep keeping an eye on them suckers -- better multiple eyes )))

your bug is very distinctive, and even this grainy image shows some striking features clearly; dying to see more!

anyway, if the thing shown here is what they say it is, then we're in good shape with my ID

Moved from Minute Pirate Bugs.

 
Very interesting!
I'll definitely keep my eye out and look for more! Thanks as always :)

cool...
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